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Sup Holmes finds super joy with Cassie Chui


2:50 PM on 08.04.2013
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Today on Sup Holmes we welcome Cassie Chui to the program. Cassie is a mainstay of Toronto's independent development scene, having partaken in multiple game jams and larger scale collaborations such as Project Overboard. She's currently hard at work on Electronic Super Joy from Michael Todd Games, which is up for pre-order now and hits Steam in this Wednesday. There is no more exciting and terrifying time for a developer than the day before their game goes public, and we'll get to share that time with Cassie live on today's show.

We'll be talking to Cassie about all that, her goals in game developer, her biggest influences, and a lot more. Join us at 1pm PST/4pm for the whole party.








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8:30 PM on 06.06.2014
Electronic Super Joy: Groove City out now on Steam

Groove City, a standalone "mini-sequel" to indie platformer Electronic Super Joy, is now available via Steam, Michael Todd Games announced today. Just like its predecessor, Groove City is a bizarre and challenging exper...more



8:00 PM on 05.06.2014
Electronic Super Joy: Groove City jumps to Steam in June

Indie platformer Electronic Super Joy is receiving an expansion called Groove City next month and its premise sounds just as bizarre as that of main game. "A giant robot stripper called JoJo has smashed Groove City! She's an...more



5:00 PM on 10.01.2013
Review: Electronic Super Joy

The finish line is in sight and a pair of homing missiles are bearing down on my position. I sprint, narrowly dodging one, and leap from a ledge to avoid the other. I breathe a momentary sigh of relief before the panic sets i...more



11:30 AM on 08.15.2013
PAX Prime's Indie MEGABOOTH will have more than 80 games

The Indie MEGABOOTH just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Topping PAX Prime 2012's 30 games and PAX East 2013's 62 games, the booth at PAX Prime 2013 will feature at least 84 different titles from more than 60 studios and wi...more



7:00 AM on 08.08.2013
Electronic Super Joy enters Steam Early Access

Electronic Super Joy is an awesome platformer set to some killer electronic music. It's both addictive as hell, and pretty damn challenging too. Developer Michael Todd thinks of the game as "an unholy merging of Super Meat B...more



7:00 PM on 05.04.2013
Talk Fast: Rave party in limbo with Electronic Super Joy

The Talk Fast interview series continues! Electronic Super Joy is a smart, fast paced platformer that features soundtrack-driven level design featuring funny dialog and little ant things that look like Commander Video f...more



10:00 PM on 03.25.2013
Electronic Super Joy is hardcore, will make you rage

Prepare to die. A lot. Electronic Super Joy drew me in with its pulsing beats and proceeded to bring the pain. With electronic dance music blaring, I stepped up to the controller with a crowd on onlookers at my back. I'd watc...more




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8:30 PM on 08.29.2014
Super Meat Boy Forever is harder than the original

Team Meat's new project Super Meat Boy Forever made its first appearance today at PAX Prime in Seattle -- and it makes the original game look like a cakewalk by comparison. The newly revealed title is an a...more



10:30 AM on 08.29.2014
Nefarious 'gamifies' kidnapping the damsel in distress

Inspired by the likes of Earthworm Jim and Mega Man, Nefarious sticks with platformer tropes, with one inversion: you are kidnapping princesses. And each princess you kidnap changes how your character controls and ...more



8:00 AM on 08.29.2014
Shovel Knight looks great in 16-bit, Aegis Defenders just looks great

Oh my goooddd. How did I miss this until now? It's like a Nausicaa game. Thank you sir Shovel Knight for making a cross over appearance (above) in Aegis Defenders, which is how it came to my attention.  The Kickstarter already passed its initial funding goal and its PS4 stretch goal. Local co-op and a Wii U version are up next. Here's hoping. This looks amazing. more



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